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Mid Wales borders England via the Welsh Marches to the east and the Irish Sea via Cardigan Bay to the west.
11 Results In Or Near Mid Wales
in Mid Wales
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The Felin Fach Griffin is a dining pub with rooms nestling near the book town of Hay-on-Wye between The Black Mountains and The Brecon Beacons.
in Mid Wales
Discover the majestic Powis Castle Powis Castle is built on a high rock overlooking the garden terraces and has been the home of the Earls of Powis for many generations. There is a wealth of fine paintings and furniture, one of the finest collections in Wales. The sister of the 2nd Earl of Powis married the son of Lord Clive in 1784, and the collection of treasures from India, including jade, bronzes and ivory, are displayed in the Clive Museum. Laid out under the influence of Italian ...
in Mid Wales
Gwaenynog Farmhouse is located 2 miles from a main road, so is quiet and surrounded by farmland. The only sounds guests will hear are birds and sheep! Guests love watching the bird feeder at breakfast, and with walks from the door, they can enjoy the peace and tranquility of Gwaenynog.
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in Mid Wales
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The Felin Fach Griffin is a dining pub with rooms nestling near the book town of Hay-on-Wye between The Black Mountains and The Brecon Beacons.
in Mid Wales
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The aim at 1861 is to always produce exceptional food, using local farmers, vegetable producers and butchers. With a keen eye on provenance and carbon footprint, the team strives to create a welcoming environment in which to enjoy a sensational meal.
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in Mid Wales
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This clergyman's house above the River Usk has the feel of a family home with its Italianate campanile (bell tower) giving away Victorian origins. The entrance up steep steps is decorated with fishing impedimenta to prepare you for a weekend of casting rods and wading back home to dinner in front of roaring log fires. The hotel delivers all, with public rooms decorated in understated Lewis & Wood wallpapers and a broad stone terrace for those who just want to sip their coffee and drink in th...
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in Mid Wales
King Arthur's Labyrinth is set deep in the mountains of Southern Snowdonia. An underground boat ride and a magical waterfall transport you into a time of legend
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in Mid Wales
Corris Craft Centre is home to 9 individual craft studios and exciting award winning attractions. A unique range of products are handcrafted on site including pottery, jewellery, wooden toys, candles, chocolates, award winning gin, glass sculptures, forest furniture and herbal lotions and remedies. You can also make your own crafts in many studios. Great cafe and free parking.
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in Mid Wales
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Since 2007, this white washed inn at the side of a winding Welsh country road has been run to huge acclaim by British culinary legend Shaun Hill. Dine in the smartly appointed yet casual dining room, or in good weather take a table on the patio or the idyllic garden. Hill's ingredient led approach encompasses influences from all over the globe. Don't be deceived by the simple presentation, this is technically assured cooking that accentuates flavour. Start with Wye Valley asparagus with more...
in Mid Wales
Explore the Beautiful Powis Castle Garden Powis Castle´s Garden is laid out under the influence of Italian and French styles. The garden retains its original lead statues, a sunken orangery, hanging gardens and an aviary on a series of spectacularly planted terraces. The fullness and sense of colour here are terrific. In the 18th century an informal woodland wilderness was created on the opposing ridge with fine views over the Severn Valley. On the valley floor are geometric formal gar...
in Mid Wales
Hafod y Garreg is the oldest house in Wales, hidden in a hollow above the Wye Valley, with wonderful walking from the house. The views are outstanding in all directions, with absolute peace and quiet. The owners keep hens, so breakfast incorporates delicious free range eggs, and water is spring-fed.
in West Wales
Whether you are planning a civil ceremony with them or a church wedding service, their stunning venue and beautiful surroundings as well as their personal finishing touches will ensure a spectacular day to remember with your family and friends.  Tynrhyd Retreat offers an unrivalled location for a wedding.  An expertly restored, award-winning, 19th Century Welsh barn surrounded by the rugged and wonderful Cambrian Mountains is set in 13 acres of private grounds and is available for exclusiv...
in South West England
Marwood is a very special private garden tucked secretly away in a North Devon valley. Covering some 20 acres with three beautiful lakes, this tranquil garden will provide a day of both inspiration and relaxation for the whole family. Well behaved dogs are welcome too! The gardens are continually developing and there is something new to see on each visit.
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in Central England
Little Malvern Court, a 10 acre garden, attached to a former Benedictine Priory, offers magnificent views over the Severn valley. Laid out as garden rooms aroun
in South West England
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Adam & Martine Fellows opened Goodfellows in 2004. The cuisine features modern Mediterranean dishes fused with locally sourced produce from Somerset and fish fresh from Brixham. Fish is the Adam's speciality and his 5 course tasting menu is a must for visitors.
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in South West England
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18th Century property offering comfortable bedrooms, freshly cooked food, bar and gardens with a warm and friendly atmosphere.
in North West Wales
Explore the beautiful grounds of Penrhyn Castle Penrhyn Castle is a stunning 19th century neo-Norman castle, built for the wealthy Pennant family. Simple parkland surrounds this monumental Penrhyn Castle and garden. Behind it is a fascinating walled garden with formal terrace, parterres, pools and gazebo. Below is a sloping lawn planted with old flowering trees, rhododendrons, camellias, shrubs and a long, hardy fuchsia pergola. There is a bog garden with giant maples, tree ferns and ...
in Central England
Being one of Birmingham's best attractions, The Birmingham Botanical Gardens offers something for everyone, be it one of the four stunning glasshouses showing tropical rainforest to arid desert, playground, tearoom and garden gift shop all surrounded by some of the most beautiful gardens in the UK.
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in South West England
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The Bath Priory separates itself as a serene country house in a bustling city. The Georgian house of honey-coloured stone enjoys a serene location near Bath.
in South West England
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Watersmeet Hotel is a luxury four-star hotel with spectacular sea views offering one of the finest coastal locations in the Westcountry.
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in South West England
The New Inn is uniquely situated in the heart of picturesque Clovelly, and it has welcomed visitors since the 17th century.
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in Central England
Shugborough Estate is a rich blend of landscape, monuments, gardens and architecture, shaped by travel and adventure. Open under the National Trust since March 2017.
in South West England
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Holistic spa treatments, hydrotherapy & heated outdoor pools & countryside views from the hot tub - it's a truly calming space. Day spa guests welcome.
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63.8 miles from centre of Mid Wales
A magnificent 12th century Castle set in the heart of a 6000-acre estate in Gloucestershire, Berkeley Castle is one of the most romantic wedding venues in the UK. Built in 1153, the Castle has a rich history with former guests being King Henry VII and Queen Elizabeth I.
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in Southern England
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Traditional Farmhouse Cuisine With A Gastro Twist. Using only the finest, freshest local ingredients, sourced from local independent suppliers, The Kitchen promises to offer diners a wealth of gastronomic delights. Our menu has been lovingly and thoughtfully created by World Champion Head Chef, Sandor Szucs, making use of the hotel's freshly planted herb garden, which boasts herb troughs, herb banks and herb wheels.
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in South Wales
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Bluestone National Park Resort is a luxury resort with lodges, cottages and apartments set within 500-acres of rolling Welsh countryside.
in South West England
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Hotel du Vin Bristol is set inside a grade II listed restored Sugar House and the owners have carefully created a boutique-feel inn while maintaining much of the character of the building. The 40 rooms are brimming with original features, from the exposed brick feature walls to the gorgeous double-height design of the loft suites. Expect hand sprung mattresses, Egyptian linens, roll-top baths, drench showers, plasma TVs and air conditioning as standard. The bistro, all primrose yellow...
in North West Wales
At Tre-Ysgawen Hall consider ourselves to be the premier wedding venue in North Wales. The role is to help and assist you in the organisation of your day. The tranquil and beautifully maintained gardens provide the perfect backdrop for those memorable Wedding Day photographs.
in South West England
There's only one available bedroom at Greystones House, a charming 19th Century renovated blacksmith's forge in Castle Cary, Somerset... so suggest you snap
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in Southern England
Longleat is characterised by its Elizabethan architecture and is surrounded by 900 acres of ‘Capability' Brown landscaped grounds. It is home to the UK's original Safari Park and a wealth of impressive attractions including Jungle Kingdom and Animal Adventure. Here, guests can get up-close and personal with truly amazing animals.
in Central England
Manor House Farm has been lovingly restored over the last 40 years to its present condition, complete with oak paneling in both the dining and sitting rooms, and an amazing collection of interesting oak furniture. Four poster beds are available in 3 rooms. It's a delightfully romantic setting, with a 3 acre terraced garden. Keepers Cottage self-catering continues the same wonderfully romantic theme.
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in Central England
Discover the secret hiding place of a King and explore its beautiful gardens Moseley Old Hall´s garden has been re-created in the 17th century style. Includes a formal knot garden, a wooden arbour covered with clematis, neat box parterres, a walled garden with topiary and annual borders, an arched pergola hung with two varieties of vines and clematis viticella, and a nut walk. All plants and trees used were known in England in the 1700s. Included fruits are medlar, quince, mulbbery, c...
80.3 miles from centre of Mid Wales
Set in a charming Cotswolds village, this stylishly decked out old coaching inn is a real hidden gem. In good weather, you'll want to grab a seat in the spacious gardens, but dining inside is no hardship. Choose between the cosy bar with its painted stone walls or the spacious main dining room with polished wood floors, rugs, open fire place, button back leather banquettes, sturdy wooden chairs and some striking modern art. Heading up the kitchens is experienced and talented chef Anthony Ely,...
in North Wales
Explore the fascinating history of Erddig Erddig is one of the most fascinating houses in Britain. Part of this is due to the close relationship that existed between the family and their servants. The state rooms display most of their original 18th and 19th century furniture and furnishings, including some exquisite Chinese wallpaper. The range of outbuildings include the sawmill, laundry, bakehouse and smithy. It houses the largest collections of national trust items. The Stable Ya...
in South Wales
Gileston Manor is a grade II* listed Georgian manor house on the heritage coast in the Vale of Glamorgan, it has beautiful gardens including an historic walled garden and surrounded by countryside with beautiful views of the coastline. The sunsets are magnificient.
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in Central England
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Beautiful Country House Hotel in the Cotswolds. 4 star AA rated. Recently refurbished bedrooms and communal areas. Lounge, Bar and Restaurant onsite.
in Central England
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The Orangery Restaurant menus are inspired by their historic building and grounds which include their 70 year old kitchen herb garden, fruiting apple and damson trees and a small fig tree. This Redditch restaurants menus change seasonally and they use an abundance of locally sourced and grown ingredients from field, land and sea.
in Central England
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The Spa at the Elms allows you to treat yourself to complete pampering and relaxation. The facilities include four spectacular treatment rooms, an indoor swimming pool, an indoor and outdoor hydro pool, the Thermal Retreat including sauna, steam room, experience shower and ice fountain, rooftop terrace and relaxation suite. Our team of therapists use Elemis and Jessica Nails and offer a wide range of treatments designed to leave you feeling relaxed and pampered.
in South West England
A friendly, local, steam railway bringing back the sounds and smells of steam to the Avon Valley. Opened in 1869 by the Midland Railway as a through route between the Birmingham and the South Coast, the line was later linked to the iconic Somerset & Dorset Railway. Closed under the Beeching Axe of the 1960's the line was preserved by an enthusiastic group of volunteers. Today, 40 years on, three miles of track has been re-laid, locomotives and carriages restored, and the sound of steam c...